By Ernest Preston Edwards

ISBN-10: 0292720912

ISBN-13: 9780292720916

Этот определитель включает детальное описание для легкой идентификации всех мексиканских видов птиц. Описание включает английские, испанские и латинские названия, характеристику ареала, местообитаний, обилия.
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The possibility of bums or scalds is a real risk in heavy weather, owing to the violent motion of a yacht. \+%en the gale was over tension was relaxed and it was then that the accident happened. A considerable swell was still running. A sea cook should never wear shorts, because there is always a risk of things being thrown off a stove. Trousers afford some degree of protection. The second point is more important. HEAVY WEATHER S A I L I N G An amateur with no medical knowledge may be inclined to judge the seriousness of burns by the condition of the patient and think once the pain is over and he appears cheerful there is nothing to cause anxiety.

At Calshot, Hants, and Spurn Head, Yorkshire, it reached about 43 knots (Force 9). Many vessels were in distress round the coasts. as mean of Force 8 for a few hours, falling on Sunday morning to Force 7, as recorded at Calais at 0700. The frontal squalls when I hove Annette could have been anything up to 50 or 60 knots, possibly bringing the mean to up to Force g on the Beaufort scale for an hour or so. The following lessons were learnt from our cruise in Annette II and the gale on the last lap.

I t is said that an advantage of a sharp-ended stern is that it divides following seas as they run harmlessly past. But the dangerous waves are the ones that do not divide but rear up over the stern like a breaker on thc beach. Such seas are rare, but for a boat to rise quickly enough to avoid pooping it must have great buoyancy aft. Certainly the combination of lack of buoyancy aft and a large open cockpit is dangerous. 5. Time. The incident demonstrated again that the most frequent reason for getting "caught out" is shortage of time towards the end of a holiday.

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